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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2fi, 1914 THE DAILT HERALD PAGE SEVEN Canada's Factories will be enabled to run full time onty il' we all buy "Madc-in-Oanada" overy time. CHURCH SERVICES TOASTED is the only food under the name KELr LOGO- thai, is "Made-in-Canada All illjers are imported and dn no1 lirlp Oonaclinn workpeople. Your money spent on "li u remains in this try and helps Canadians. KELLQGG'S TOASTED CORN FLAKES Made in London, Ontario, Canada FRENCH ARTILLERY Ono of the ffrst pictures taken field of the French guns in action since. the war broke out. ADMISSION FREE! MEN AND 'WOMEN. ALL SEATS FREE! Y. M. C. A. AUDITORIUM WILL BE QIVEN FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY AT 8.4 Next Monday Evening A-jFREE LECTURE DEMONSTRATION OF THE MARVELOUS ENGLISH INVENTION, V THE VEEDEE HEALTH MACHINE THE FAMCIUS WONDER-WORKING he'.Emphatic Approval of ther'Britisb Medical .Profession, Has Been Accorded to the Veedee Theae Public Demonstrations con usively prove the Veedee's Marvel Power to i Instantly Stop Pain id Its extraordinary Curative Value r successfully treating many du ises at homo without Medicine, Sup- iry or Electricity LOCAL SUF- 3HER-S from all x Painful Complaints tuch as NEURALGIA, HEUMATISM, CIATICA; HEAD NOISES NEURITIS, (LUMBAGO, And other Nerve Troubles, alto WEAK EYES. PARALYSIS, 3THMA, VTARRH, SfiONCHITIS, STAMMERING, cordially Invited to attend this nvlnclng Demonstration, and to T8 try, FREE of CHARGE, the Im- (llate effects'of the Veedee Blood tnlaton. FREE TRIALS which will be allowed on the Platform to as many sufferers as time will per mlt. It Is not-the Demonstrator, but'the wonderful machine which alone does the work, a child can use it European users comprise' H M. THE QUEEN OF SPAIN, H. II THE QUEEN OP PORTUGAL H M THE KJNd OF BULGARIA, and thousauds of others VEEDBE HOMiTTREATMENT is fully tmrtoraed, {recognized and highly commended by'Kundreds of the lead ing physiciana and Scientists fa everj country, including one of'the Physic- mis in Ordinary to H, M. the Queen Mother of "Holland.' FREE CONSULTATIdNS Will, BE OIVBN-DuilNO THE DAT" FOL- LOWING TflE'lAlCTURE AT THE Y M C A JjECTWRE HALL'by the Veedee Demonstrator between the hours of and IS 2 and 6 p m, arid .evening from 5 to 9, or the benefit of eufferars desirous of eeing him privately f- INSTRUCTIVE AND INTENSELY INTERESTING )R ONE NIGHT ONLY-MONDAY''NiXT 1.15 V.M.C.A, HALL ADMISSION TO ALL CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRBT CHUItUK OF CHRIST, 6, Hull Block. Ser- ml eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony.. meeting, 8.00. p.m. The reading room li open to every- one every day frpm three to fivo p.m, Ereryone is cordially- invited to at- tend. 1 ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. pastor; Rev. P. Mln wegen, assistant. Children's -Mass 0 a.m. Higli Mass, 11 a. m. Suuda: ichool 3 p.m.' Evening service 7.31 p.m. Sermon at each service. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Moot in the Moose Hall, Hlginbotham Block Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Ave. south Wednesdays at f. p. m. Bible class Sundays at 3 p. m. to commemorate Ihc Lord's death, and at 7.30 p, "to proclaim the glad tidings oi the Kingdom of God." Subject, tor rible struggle for supremacy amongst the nations of Kurope; what are things coming to? the Bible's 'wonder- ful answer." All seats free. No col- lection. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting Week nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m.. Salvation meeting. Citadel band in attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP C.1TTER DAY O. E. Hall. 10th St. S.. ncar-Y. .U. C. A. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m. Sacrameot meeting. Visitors always welcome.. Bishop Geo. W. Green, iOlS Second Ave. S. Phone 1433. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CIIUKCH-Corner Sixth .Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter. Sunday, September 27: German service at 11 a.m. ;and English service at 7.30 p.m. Sundp.y school at 3 p.m. Wednesday, rehearsal. At the. .710 Sixteenth street Sunday, September 20, German service at 11 Rev. H. J. illing, minister. A11; German people re invited to attend the service ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH- lorner Second and Eighth St. Rev. Canon- Murrel-Wrlght.- "rector, rtatins 11; a.m.. Hqly Cpmmunioft'ev- :ry Sunday morning at 8 T m and it the eleven o'clock service on '.hi irst Sunday of the month. Evensong 30 p m Sunday school 10 a m ST DIARY'S CHURCH-Rev C. I Popham, rector Holy Communion a m and Choral Eucharist o if the irst Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m.. Sun: !ay school 3pm Evensong 730 p. 3T. CYPRIAN'S Sighth ravenne and "Eleventh street i South Rev Canon McMillen, rectoi f Matins, 11 am.; Evensong, p in Sunday school at 3 p m Junior Bojs' Bible class and .Junior class (fourteen years and upwards) and Adult Bible class at 1 pm, the latter in the Parish hall Holy com munion on the first and third Sunday of. the month at 8.30 a.m., and: on the second -and-rifcartb- this 11 o'clock service: CHRISTIAN CHRJSTI4N CHURCH Corner Third: avenue, and Eighth street: Rev. J. B Flckel, pastor. Sunday schoo at 10.30 a m Services at 1130 am Children's topic, light' int darkness and out and 7 30 p Christian Endeavor at 6.30 p.m Bible study at 3 o'clock at liver bol :om, followed by preaching service BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH-Rev David Ross, pastor Services at 1 a m, and 7 30 p m Sunday school an adult Bible class at close of service. FIFTIf AVENTfE H Elmer Green, pastor Morning subject, "Bitten Being an account o some who thought they could take matters in their own hands." Mrs will sing in tne morning "Tee Life 730pm., "Seven Degrees if Reward." Sunday school and Bi lie class at S p m Special siugiirg ai he eyening service PRESBYTERIAN ST ANDREW'S A Bryan, minister Services 11 a m nd 7 30 p m Raiiy day services, with pecial music Morning subject "The 'nuroh. in the Home Evening, "The Eye Insurance There is life, flro and acci- dent necessary 'and highly essential, We insure eyes! Tho policies wo Issue are glasses accurate tn every Insure relief and comfort to weary eyes'. restoration of falling sight to normal conditions is our profession, the hundreds of sick eyes that we have made well, are all strong testimonials of our (proficiency. If your sight Is wrong, let us make it right fry our eye Insurance. Take out a policy today! R. A. Wright, The City's Leading Jeweller Established 1898. Issuer of Marriage Licenses. No witriesses required Eye Specialist in clmrgo of Optical Department. AS THE WAR STOOD THIS MORNING Consign Your Cattle and Hogs to C. Knight Co. and recei.y-e their, highest market value. Liberal Advances Made On Consignments Write or wire us for our Mar- ket Report and Quotation sheet We touch jfiili loca.1 and outside markets and caa advise you to your advan- tage. Cvr 5 O Knight to. CHARLES KNIGHT W. J. HYDE Live Stock Commission. Merch- ants, Alberta Stockyards, Calgary; P. O. Box 1866. Phone E5544. UWo engagements, which may have decisive results on. .the great buttle wiiJc.li Is 'being waged la northern France, are being fought. The Allies have struck the Get-man right nylng to the northward of Noyon, and the in- vading forces on their part havo liurl- j ed UiemselvcB against the French line between Verdun and Toul, The be- ginning of these attacks was announc- ed In the French official statement Is- sued Friday afternoon, -but little was disclosed as to how the fights are pro- Keaslug. The advance troops of the French came in contact with, superior forces of the enemy on its right wing Friday morning, and were compelled to give a little ground. Being reinforced, how- ever, the French troops vigorously re- sumed tho offensive. This action is described as a very violent and gen- eral one. On the French right wing, the ene- my has 'begun.to give way before the attacks of the. Allies coming from the direction of Nancy and Toul, accord- I Ing to the French official report. The report admits that the Germans have succeeded in gaining a footing on the MeuBe heights, and have push- ed forward- in the direction of St. Miliel, on the right bank of the Meuse, 20 miles southeast iof Verdun, but have not been able to'cross the river. In the southern region of Woevre, the army la retiring -towards Rapt dc Made, in. the department of Meurthe et Moselle. The action in that section. Some confirmation, was givevn of yesteday's report that the Germans have suffered a reverse b'n the east Prussian frontier. Several train- loads of wounded have .arrived at Pskov, according to a Petrograd dis- patch, having been engaged in severe fighting on the borders of Suwalkl, say the Germans sustained heavy losses. The Amsterdam correspondent of Renter's Telegraph Co. has sent a dis- patch to London saying that accord- ing to a telegram from. Maastricht .transported' into France over the great masses of German troops, are be- railway line running between Munich, Gladbach and Aix-la-Chappelle, A dispatch received) in. London from Ostend says that Germans have been encamped in the environs of Waterloo since Saturday. The invad- ing troops nave installed heavy siege guns at Grlmbergen and Meysse B one of 200 Call of the Master "3pm, special ser- ico for Sunday school, arranged by le General Assembly's committee, at rhlch Rev D Ross will speak Prt larles meet aa usual at 2 o'clock. KNOX PRESBYTERIAN Rally unday Services at 11 am ard 730 m, conducted by F. W Mahaf- Taber Morning subject, "The Joy Christian Service" Evening, 'Nap- eoniam and w eals with greatness such as Emperor ViLiam is seeking, and the greatness tat comes through sen ice to others METHODIST WESTMINSTER B Francia, pastor Class mretAi t 10 am. services at 11 am. and 30 p m. Morning subject "Child especially1 for parents and aehers Children's topic, "Iraprea- and evening, 'The Supreme especfallv for >oung men WESLEY" 0, H obbledick, pastor, residence, 320 lerenth-street, 'phone 4d4 Rally ay services Morning subset, "The reatest Enterprise of Today" S, "Faith and tho first of evening of special lAttrwt mea "Autocracy versus Demo- ft ahown in the life storj of a eat national hero 3pm' Special i Ratly Day services In the Sunday school, with rg grading and distribu- .ion of new grade courses: BELIEVERS Purgmann's Hail, 418 Thirteenth North assemble on the Lord's Day for the .breaking of bread at 11 n.m. Gospel :preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL -MEETINGS At the home of Mr. Simmonctt, 126 Eighteenth St., (between 1st and 2nd avenues. Sunday morning at 10 30, Remembering the Lord's Death; .Sunday Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, 8 p m, Gospel1 Thursday..! evening, 8p m., Special waiting upon God for tho baptism of ;the and drink of tho water'of life freely "For ..the Promise 13 unto: you and your children, and to all that ars afar off, even as many as the Lord, our God shall call." SEVEN COMPANIES OF, 107th FORMED Femie, BO, Sept company of the East Kooteuay Infantry Regi- ment been, organized at Elko, also a company of Boy Scouts is under way There are now seven companies Orders for a' general mobilization of recruits or "prospective: members" been issued by the local Y. M. C. A Boys' Division Recruiting will sogin on; next. Thursday, morniugianfi will, until 10 o'clock Satur- day evening. .The-slogan set by .the hoys this year in their annual mem- faersbip campaign is "Two hundred members m-the boys' division by 12 p m December 31st, 1914 This number is just about double the usual membership in.." the1" Boys' Division. Last year "the.: goal was set at'..100 and.great excitement that number was reached This year ItJia financial (stringency, poor crops or the European .wiir'has not damp- ened the enthusiasm of the boys and instead oi lowering the mark they have set-Jt'at an even two hundred. Next.Tveek's campaign will be watch- ed with.unusual interest, and doubt a good many older people will be re-converted to the optimism and faith oi the jounger generation. The three days' membership cam paign mil be organized on a war basis sides TV ill be chosen from the bois of the toun Lieutenant Frank Filmer ID of tho arinv recruits wilt oppose the navy forces under the leadership of Wil- liam Frame The be of three days' durationj and the result of the encounter will be ..determined by the side bnn'gmg in ths largest amount of membership receipts Each boy will he "given a non-commission rank according to the number of memberships he secures the hbt of ranks for which any boy in town is eligible to Bail- gee; will he given ior each s e you no obligation whatever THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE -TORONTO J. B. Wilkie, District Hanawr, Ulloriiji Cwniitt mi I liimri No Change la Price of Blue Ribbon Tea 'THE BLUE KIBBON.TEA CO. have plea- sure in announcing that they do not pro- pose to take advantage of the advance in price of tea. This company is in a position to supply all the Tea required in Western Can- ada, and will sell at. old pi-ices indefinitely. spite of the ufhlch has Just been Im- posed upon Coffee, we will C9fltinue to sell Blue lUblJon Coffee at old prices.: ___ _ Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg. Edmonton Calgary I Always Rely on H Purest and of knd eeriniddal into Oil hM been uftrori forororflO. an Ibnumi HAMUNf WIZARD CS., ;